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10 Things You Have to Do This Weekend

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Thu 10/28 - Fri 10/30
Cirque de los Muertos

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Founded by Artist Foundation grant winner Julia Langenberg, Aerial Horizon is a company dedicated to bridging the gap “between the jaw-dropping stunts of contemporary circus and the emotive power of aerial dance.” Having recently drawn inspiration from the McNay’s Miró exhibition and collaborated with Opera San Antonio on “airborne arias and aerial bartending,” the troupe is poised to put a dramatic spin on Day of the Dead with its Cirque de los Muertos. Directed by Langenberg, the “celebration from beyond this world” showcases acts incorporating silks, lyra, rope, trapeze and cyr wheel. $20-$25, 8pm Thu-Fri, Brick, 108 Blue Star, (210) 908-7816, aerial-horizon.com. — Bryan Rindfuss




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